EXTRA LARGE, HEAVY DUTY HI-LIFT SCISSOR DECK
XL Lifting Capacity Reaching New Heights
Mentor, Ohio May 26, 2017
– Air Technical Industries (ATI) announces the development of a new, extra large double scissor lift platform with a 10,000 lb capacity. It lifts from 48 in lowered height, 210 in vertical lift and maximum raised height of 258 in.
The scissor mechanism is manufactured from heavy duty rectangular tubing for sturdy, smooth lifting, and robust side-to-side stability, with 3:1 structural safety factor.
Lifting is actuated by four hydraulic cylinders with precision built cylinder body and smooth inner walls equipped with durable urethane seals. The 2 in OD cylinder shaft is made of high carbon tough steel. The shafts are chrome plated for smooth operation and to prevent corrosion.
The non-skid deck is available with optional railings on all sides with a gate on each end or two-sided with safety chains. The deck size is 102 in wide by 168 in long with flexible platform sizes and lifting heights available. A telescoping deck extension feature is also available to provide added reach. The deck extension is hydraulically actuated for smooth, effortless operation.
The unit shown is stationary for permanent installation. Optional mobile units are available wheel mounted, towable or also self-propelled walkie or rider type, as well as self-contained drive with remote joystick controls. When the unit is installed on wheels there are optional outriggers that may be necessary for added stability.
There are a variety of power options that can be used for stationary installation primarily electrical 240-480 volt 3 phase. Mobile units can be deep-cycle or industrial battery DC powered, propane engine or gasoline engine. For hazardous duty environments there is an air powered hydraulic system that is spark proof.
This is an ideal, versatile, and economical way of lifting large heavy items to greater height while the mobility provides additional flexibility to be used any time or place needed.
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See Double Scissors Lift models here.